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X WITH WHICH IS COMEiNED THE PROVO POST J'V " PROVO, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1924." - WTOXgiCTHE4R-mJ- 2 ' 1' ' - ! ' ;; price , TWO CI AiAnrfD I IqfnlM I foil? EfnP ofojn"fn)l JUlf Is LrlfOUy)iyJIJvJ If lira JMHJlBra ILtsinuJlLL fl . PROVO-VEBE- WUCl R UIWLIJI Mil IV" llllfLllUmi FOE 10 ninniTmiirn II II nil: V I I I i . 1 1 1-- 1 h I. II K I I ULLLUnl Lu Hull HIM II I III I ON SEPT. '20 I "Moonlight petters had best watch their step if they choose the taber- acto grounds, as the place for their warn A. B. Simmons, meandering." ... i caretaker of the tabernacle, "for a real live porcupine has taken op his Provo Primaries Name 80 Democrats to Gather at Prin- Modified Report Includes Rec abode in the very park that proves cess Theater Saturday, Delegates to Utah County-Conventioommendation for Dam on such an enticement to evening r September 26. Provo River. strollers." According to Mr. Simmons, the porcupine has made himself right at home and from all appearances WARD COMMTTEES 400 DELEGATES TO PROVO SYSTEM TO it looks as if It were to be a perREPRESENT COUNTY ARE PERFECTED GET WEBER SURPLUS manent home. When the animal 111 OHIIbllUIIQU I X-.:I-r UUIHLIlllUn ARE ELECTED 111 .! iySA:UTAHSCENERY jsiayers oTfranks Boy DipiTIC . . lim Jlvered fclmjHni Immediately called the police and told them to have it killed, but was Informed that the law protects them VI always knew, said Mr. Sim mons, "that a porcupine was, protected with his quills but it Is the Irrigation and Power Possi bilities of Provo, River to ' Be Developed. . . Fifth Ward Delegates In- Temporary Officers for the Convention Selected by Cen structed for Mrs. Paxman and I. E. Brockbank. tral County Committee, Qnt time that I ever thought they Recommendation for the construction of a dam on the Provo river and the completion of aa Intensive study of the water supply and storage possibilities of the Provo river system both from an irrigation and power standpoint, was included in the modified committee report of the Utah Water Storage commission rel. :: , ative to the first unit of the proposed reclamation work in Utah. . The prospects tor ait early consummation of the Utah lake reclamation work has never looked better than , at the present time," said Secretary E. 8. Hinckley, in com- ... mentlng on the action of the commission in adopting the modified re-- port "The further Investigation and consideration of the Provo river system should be a great aid to the four counties especially inter-ested in that system. It should also be an aid to the Utah lake and the " Provo bay unit of the project." Hie report will be forwarded, im- mediately to Dr. Elwood Mead, com- - missioner of the United States Beo lamation service and favorable ac- tion is expected which will insure of $1,500,000 for thd - the appropriation completion of the Provo-Webunit 'of the proposed ' larger pro- He were protected by law also." to represent Eighty delegates wss also Informed that if the porcuProvo the at county Republican would molested was not it pine not harm anyone. "So if you feel a convention to be held in Spanish shower of pin pricks while walking Fork, Wednesday, September 17, through the grounds, don't be were elected at the Bepublican primaries held in the five wards Tuesalarmed, it'll just be the porcupine' . playful way of letting you know day evening.'-- : - he's being molested." The delegates from the Fifth ward were instructed to vote, for Mrs. Acbsa. Paxman for the state" legislature SHERIFF BOYD on motion of George B. Parker and for L E. Brockbank for county attorney, on motion of Mrs. Lacy H. Thompson, f Members of the central county committee were also named, at the primaries. ' The temporary officers of the .respective primaries were as follows : First ward, J. W. Farrer, chairman, and B. Bachman, secretary; Second wsrd, Charles O. Y. Higgins, chair man, and W. Monroe Paxman, sec retary; Third wrd, A. J. D arrant, chairman, and Benjamin- - H. Knud; sen, secretary; Fourth ward, Mrs. Nettie' Beck, chairman, and Jacob - GETSGUNMAN The Jtah county Democratic con-- J ventiou will be held in Provo Saturday, September 20. This was decided at the meeting of leading Democrats at the county court house" Tuesday evening. O. A. Spear, manager- - of the Smoot Lumber company and former president of ithe Provo Rotary club, will bethe keynote speaker. The convention will be held in the Princess theater and will be cnlled to order at 10 o'clock. It ia expected that the afternoon session will be' short since only a few nominations will be made as compared with formerjtounty- conven. tions. The call for the convention was sent out Wednesday to the various precinct chairmen of the county who- - were asked to call their re-speetive primaries not . late? than " September i7. . The delegates to the convention will be apportioned so that the en tire, delegation wilt total approxi mately. 400 ment of delegates from the various precincts to be based on the number of votes cast for Senator William H. King. The temporary officers for the county convention as selected Tuesday evening follow : O.- - A. Spear of Provo, chairman; J. H. Creer of Spanish Fork, first vice chairman; Mrs.' H. M. Woodward Provo, second vice chairman ; Mrs. Irving Pratt, American Fork,, third vice chairman; A. B, Kennedy of Pay- son, secretary; Junius Banks of Lehi, assistant secretary; George R. 'Maycock of Sprlngville, chap- Iain; A. R. Gnnde'rson of Santaquin,, ID I I 1 1 IMUI1 X 1. 1 1 I Are Sentenced To Lift UIWUIll M00LU The members of the Klwanls club have Joined the movement to clean up their premises to the center of the street, and the following members are entitled to harc-thenames SAY m N Terms In Prison Co ir on the Prof. B. F. n. wsjs I HONOR ROLL. I CLAUDE ASHWOBTH. CLARK. E. G. HUGHES! GEO. P. PARKER. J&OAR Mr ABTRUI h. I GRAHAM., HUGH SIME. JOS. A. BUTTLE. MARK ANDERSON. DR. FRANK T. REYNOLDS. ROYAL J. MURDOCK. HEBER S. RUPPER. . T. L. SCHOFIELD. LEONARD O. HEN'ROID. F. O. WARNICK. JACOB COLEMAN. ' t.' DR. GEO. H. BRIMHALL. JOHN,W, FARRER. 8COTT P. 8TEWART. DR. THOMA8 L. MARTIN. DR. J. CECIL CLARK. LEROY DIXON. JUNE JACKSON. J. P. McGUIRE. SWEN O. NIELSON. ERNEST PAXMAN. DR. F. S.HARRIS. J .E. ALLEN. ELMER JACOB. EARL SPAFFORD. ELMER MILLER. a Intsrnatloaal Raws aarrtosu- - 1 HERALD SERVICE. COURTs CHICAGO, More telephone calls 10. Nathan F, Leopold,' Jr, Sept been at the Heralc and Richard A. Loeb, kidnappers flee received today for the Loeb-Leand slayers of Bobby verdict, than ever have c d Franks, today by Over that line for anv act! Judge John R. Caverly to life lm- - ltjuch arbaskitbau P" Bonmenftn thestate penitentiary i cai results or cross rontlno at Jouet saved rromthe gaUows flights. .J by youth. verdict Judge Caverly'a It wss the verdict which the de "ure imprisonment" wss I fense had hoped for and from ceived at the Herald offiice which the state has no appeal. 8:30 this morning and And ths cay young defendants broadeasted to Provo heard it with a smile, a smile they Sorlngvllle citizens on an a had worn from the time they first age of about CO telephone i glanced Into the courtroom crowded sages an hour since that tlm with newspaper men, bailiffs and Even the fire station has, d photographers today. It's share In the Hei The brief decision which ' their of a number relieving of it's calls. W. Judge and jury Judge - Caverly the Herald number 05 was handed down traced the legal taken for the fire station's a: phases of the case through all their hav RJt- tfiA ffFAmati mnM A details. He did not review the testi the desired information, "life that with the mony, dismissing prisonment" instead of say; statement that it was a "crime of "wrong number." f executed CRIMINAL European Study. ALEX HHDQUIST. JOS. Prominent Larsen, - Utah Artist, Returns from VISITS LEADING ART GALLERIES Receives Instructions From Eminent Masters of Art in France. " B. F. Larson, professor of art at Brigham Youhg university, Provo, arrived home Bunday after a year's absence studying painflng and drawing at Paris and other European centers of art. . '..y-"l have enjoyed every minute of my trip," exclaimed Prof. Larson, "but I returned convinced that there Is no scenery in hte world that surpasses ours." When asked why he chose Paris as his headquarters, Prof. Larson explained that in Paris an artist is able to get the. point of view of the best painters and sculptors from all parts of the world. "Paris is the art center Of the world." He said that there was a large number: oft American artists there but very few Utahns. After spending most of his time under instruction and criticism, of such masters at Pierre Oaurens, PaulJL Laurens. H, Rover, Jules - were-sentence- r, . with singular atrocity" and very feature of callousness cruelty." j He then took into cognisance their plea of guilty,' and brought out his wish that he had had the counsel of others in the naming of the & MUST SERVED PEN 53 penalty. "It would have been the path of least resistance to Impose the extreme penalty of law," he said, Intsrnational News 8rvte. r "and the court is moved chiefly by CHICAGO. Sept., 10. Nath the consideration of the age of the Leopold, Jr., and Richard Loel Arthur Dubois, Alleged Gun 19 18 of and defendants, boys years. not under the law of Illinois man of nreka, Is Arrested Age as I factor In the penalty for freed from prison for 63 yean After Long Chase. In crimes he held is accordance with der-th- e sentences Imposed tod npageSTaF Utah artist is convinced that Utah (he progress of criminal law all over Judge John R. Caverly. world and with the dictates of The Illinois Criminal code schoolaL should emphasize more the the Otto Birk and Charles Costes are John Ssxey, chairman, and Nepbl vldes for parole . provided the All Citizens Invited to Par fundamentals. of drawing and "paint enlightened humanity. . "Life imprisonment," the decision person sentenced to life imp ing." expected to arrive in Provo some C. Hicks, secretary to Parade Making ticipate reached,-"inay this time ment for murder can be reieas ,. Prof, Larson brought borne a large I t time during Wednesday night with Mrs.' Bert Hedqulst, Mrs. P. G. Success. rike the public imagination as parole until they have serve) collection of 'patntiBg8r --4rarlng, Arthur Dubois, the alleged gunman Peterson and Mrs. Alta Strong were by hanging least: twenty three years of who is suspected of having serious- named in the First ward as - the sketcnes ana prints or tne greatest An appeal has been sent out from masterpieces which he has been but to. the offenders parQcutaf1yDf ly wounded Alex Chadra at Summit, wsrd committee, ject the office of the Provo Chamber of asked to exhibit and which he will the type they are, the' prolonged The law also provides that n1 The ward committee iof the Harmony prevailed at the meeting near 'Eureka, Saturday night Commerce to the citizens f Provo use to enrich his courses. suffering of years of conflnment son sentenced for a definite of the Water Storage commission in Dubois was arrested late Tuesday, Fourth ward consists of A. L. be" the severer form of of years for a capital offence c to unite In making the Defense day the capital Tuesday night and a cording to a telegram received here Booth, Mrs. Kate Ewell, Leland Although he spent most of his may well released on parole, until at leas parade in Provo one of the most time Jn snd about Paris he visited retribution and expiation." everyone congratulated himself that Tuesday night from Sheriff Boyd Gee and Mrs. Nettie Beck.He then pronounced sentence, his third of that sentence has bee successful events IntheJhistory of and studied in all of the great united action by the committee, mem- - at Ely, Nevada. The telegram stated The county central committee st" he lostrla-tconfuthe cityt that the officers would leave Ely members named' were as follows: ved. bers was at last a certainty. European centers of art except in Word!-almoOne third of the 99 years in It is punned to have, one of the Germany where access was very dif- sion of the courtroom. .'"" At the suggestion of J. R. early Wednesday morning with their First- - ward, Mrs. Belle ' Bachman the on Leopold and Loeb is 33 Throughout ' the reading, largest and most impressive parades ficult due to the inflated condition the original report of the com- prisoners. The woman accompany and Harlow Smoo't : Second ward, young slayers listened with rapt As Judge Caverly'a sentences c that has ever been seen in Provo. of German currency. mittee selected to recommend to the ing Dubois on his flight from Eur B. F. Roper nd Mrs. Pearl H. ' commission Not. a decorative parade, but one Considerable time was spent on attention, but . without exhibiting 1 rim' concurrent! v but success the first unit of the pro-- . eka is also in custody of the Utah Potter; Third ward, Reed J. Knud-sepower of the Bay of Naples in- Italy and at the slightest concern. If they fear the least time that they will county officers. '. shewing the excellent man Ject was modified as follows: -and Mrs. Edna M. Hansen ; Venice where the International ex- ori that Uvea wkiiM ha fnrf al tad . Kibje for parole wiu be 53 yei the community. "Your committee also recom- - Details of the shooting or the Fourth ward, A. L. Booth and Mrs: Mexican will not be known here Un Electa Dixon; Fifth ward, John sergeant-at-armThe two remaining veterans of hibition of paintings was being held. the v did hot show it snd when the twenty on the life sentence a! mends ; the Civil war will lead the parade. America was represented by the life Imprisonment verdict was read, years on the 99 year sentence; "The construction of a dam on the til aftef the arrival of the officers Saxeyrand-Mr- Si Lacy - H.- -, ThompThose present st . the meeting to be followed ' ar they, gave n;.$utward sign of re- - Both are now zo years oia. and the prisoners. by the veterans of paintings of about seventy-five- 1 Provo river. son. AI J.' Evans, were night Tuesday war, the ex- - tists, according to rrof. Larson and Uef. arrest of Dubois at Ely Tues will be 73 if they survive the The delegates and alternates for Edward Southwlck, A. B. Anderson the That the study of the water Theafternoon ended a search which the county convention were elected and A. C. Schow of soldiers who participated in the it was a very favorable opportunity! Thpy were smiting when they en of prison. life before they are el supply and storage possibilities of day J. Joseph Lehi; World war, the American Legion, to compare American art with that tered the courtroom snd the smile to parole. the Provo river system be promptly had been conducted by Sheriff as follows : Madsen of Vineyard,Scott was still present as they were hur the national guard, members of of Europe. Mrs. of Lakeview, Martin 'George First wardf." Delegates completed," having In mind the high-es- t Boyd and his deputies over two M. Larsen, At Easter time Mr. Larson wss in ried out. ; . Super-me- n they proved development ' thereof, states about an hour after the Belle Bachman, Preston G. Peter- George BaUif; H. M- - Woodward, clubs, lodges, societies and laymen. possible ' both of The parade will form at the foun Rome where the people of Italy themselves to be to the end. son, Joseph A. Buttle, Mrs. Bert Mrs. H. M. Woodward, A. O. Smoot, irrigation and power. Tour shooting Saturday midnight Almost aa soon as it was proThe chase for the fleeing gunman Hedqulst, John W. Farrer, W, K. Lawrence tain at die intersection of Univer throng for the religious festivals at committee confidently believes that Epperson, David Open-shaavenue and Center street at'. that time of the year. There also nounced, word of the verdict spread the owners of the power develop- - extended as far south ss Beaver and Spafford, Alta Strong, C. E. Loose, sity W. Robinson of J. and. Provo; When reports Harlow Smoot, Nels Johnson. Enna o'clock Friday evening ana wiu he found much of the best work of to the thousands gathered in the with into Ely, Nevada. ment thereon will Ed and D. J. Evans of Span- 6:30 to march around the block the Renaissance period still hanging narrow streets outside the Criminal proceed the state of Utah to the end thaT reached Sheriff Boyd at Eureka Peterson, Mrs. C. D. Glazier, Mrs. ish Money B. A. ; of Fork Payson, northeast of the fountain and will on the walls of the - churches . for Court building but there was no Kennedy the best possible use may be made Sunday afternoon that Dubois and Harlow Smoot, Arlington- Snowi and W. of Gore GenoU, H, then continue west on Center street which they were,painted He had demonstration. , . of the waters of Provo river. - Ex- a woman had passed through Delta , w Q and A. w christensen. Comment running through the to Pioneer park, where a patriotic the opportunity of visiting the isting rights, both power and irrlga- - on their wayto Ely Sunday shortly Alternates Mrs. John W. Farrer, . i homes and other places of interest mob generally was adverse, r will be held. International Now Service, noon, me siierui umueuiaieij George B. Thatcher, Clarence Loose, MITCHELL TO SPEAK AT srter must and program be fully tion, recognized -CRIMINAL. COURT GHI(i wss Joined Cr The Provo - band, the martial connected with the gteat masters "They had too much money to LAFOLLETTE CLL'B MEETING EUlott, protected... In the opinion of your left for Delta where he Ralph Alfredj Sept., 10. "Of course am aa band, and the Provo Boys' band of the Renaissance period. hang !" will permit by Sheriff Frank H. Black of Mil Johnson, committee, Heoer .... Kupper, Lynn its wind This was the statement heard vir- with the sentence, said At j hare enlisted 100 per cent for the In Holland, famous for ErArMttehell-wi- ll the building of reservelrs on the lard county for the Nevada city. D. D. Sutton and Reed discuss the Schofield, ; statement Ciarem Darrow, aehiet eounfi Deouties Birk and uoatesv wno Anderberg. '. .Provo. river of capacity sufficient parade and will render music mills, he was able to get aTirst-han- cos- - tually '"everywhere-t- he fundamental principals of the ' were Second ward : 'Pelegates-Ot- r and intimate study of native which even Judge Caverly had pre the defense, whose eloqtfent F to care for a particnmrnireveTrwereat Beaver at that-tim- e, movement be- - at- thu park. the f The Re Cross, the Relief society tumes and habits of living dicted would follow a life imprison credited opment for the lands of Wasatch, ordered to proceed to Ely by way of Tbomas, Mrs. Achsa E. Paxman, fore the LaFollette for President organizations ing in the herpes in company with ment verdict and which State's At ilAmend .for a hanelne DenalE Jdi- - and other women's a school Utah and Salt Lake and part of Baker City. Junior club Mrs. H. Pearl the at Potter, Homer, high Eph Monday the officers found the car B. H. Bowers, S. H. Belmont, B. F. torium tonight. snd clubs have been invited to as- the missionaries laboring in that torney Robert E. Crowe had sug- Nathan Leopold, Jr., and B Tooele counties." , and the district In which the fugitives had mad 'w gested during his closing argument Loeb, An excellent musical program has sist in making thq parade '6ne- of-t- he e woma The courtesy and generosity of only to have his ... words Btricken "It was the only one? cohsli will go- - to Dr. Mead the same as their flight to Ely MaDd been prepared for the occasion ; Defense day program conditjl mental much me as ss and the in the people impressed youth the city. . " . n Wnnor Oinrlm li Y. HIirirlnR. and an entertoaining and Instructive most unique from the court record. the special com- WBS ia arreBicu. first drawn.-b- y of the early arrest of Du-- . Mrs. Ellen 'Hbrner, Joseph Nelson, meeting is anticipated. the landscapes sad costumes.-- ' tie "This court will not be intimi the boys," Darrow continued. It provides that water for expressed , mittee. how related oneiaerijrgentiemanr dated," Judge Caverly hadTuled A report of the business transact the development of Weber and hoi a. Mrs. Marietta Beesley and Mrs. COUZENS HAS FIGHT. presented him with a small token and he made his decision in the to. The life imprisonment sei Davis counties be stored by the gov Juie Higgins. Alternates W. H. ed at the last meeting of the state visit. will be more of entire a over short the punlshmj after same manner. ernment's construction of a 74,000 regards priority executive committee, held In Salt Tr,mtlnniil Nnri Service. Loeb and Leopold than the. be di- Ray, Mrs. Lydia L. Deming, Mrs. the other places visited by Among Caver decision. in And his acre-fobe matters Judge will and reservoir atxEcho on the basin. As much water as can should Mrs. L. unuea Lake, 10. Zella Nelson, given; Stubbs, SeptDETROIT, been." home have were would Larson Amsterdam, Weber river Prof. ly urged that no parole be granted. penalty Weber river; for construction of a verted from the Susie Poulton, Mrs. Emma Jones, pertaining to organization and cam- States Senator James Couzens was uarrow pjipn-piuu masterpieces; the "In the case of such atrocious diversion dam and canal at Oakley, be diverted intrf the Provo for use of Dr. W. T. Hasler and Mrs. Lottie paign business will be transacted. Plicated in a nip and tuck ristit ror of mahv afine old collection ; center nothcr the that the 99 year sentence Haeue. dis the within is it of club are above Echo, through whichwater the southern parts of the 'basin, crimes, entirely members the All urged renommation witn reaera Ray. : ...'. e juugi Haarlnm, where is round trantz cretion of the. department or public kidnapping charge was imp not needed to fill water rights' of only limitation td such diversion Third ward : Delegates A. J. to be present and a cordial invita- Arfhnr J. Tnttle. according to In Hall's collections London, and north Hvelfare never to admit these de block the possibility of a pas haUhe northern eountieshall Durrant. of the Weber users would be transfered to o extended tion friends is Robert Homer, Reed J. complete returns from the state ana he made a study of fendants to I always hated capital ! the Provo river; that Utah lake be not .have taken from them more wa Knudsen, Charles Burrows, Mrs. C. movement and to the public in gen- meager returns from uetrou wnicn Eneland .where parole to such a policy and architecture 01 tne the court Urges tbem strictly to ad ment," Darrow continued.-art the diked 1 that Provo bay be reclaimed ter, than will maite tne uistriounpn H. Miller, John Wilkins, Mary Vin- eral. were slowly coming in today. should j cathedrals. Weber and Provo here. If this course is adhered to not believe that it and that an immense storage reser- equitable. The meeting Is scheduled to begin Ole E. Olsen, Jr, J. W. Carter, Oov. Alex Groesbeck running for to America the young people? returned The unit,, cent, professor ' minlsteredtp these defendants of two-topunishment voir be created out of Utah lake, rivers Should be treated as onethere a o'clock. 8 Mrs. Marie Homer, Francis Olsen, at a third term has piled up an the Leviathan. He spent two wj s hfips the sentence is worse tt,, from'whicy.jfater would be taken and all of the lands trrigsted they Mrs. Mary A. Farrer, Mrs. E. P. ,sei one lead over bis field and is appar in New York and two in Washing- will both satisfy the ends of justice death penalty for the two b so of interests the A. and for irrigating land in Utah and Salt from should be. treated as lrThere Clark, ently assured of victory. Burrows, Lynn Hedonist, Walter John Harrison, George not for their ramuies. une ton visiting art gallers and public ciety."safeguard lie within one watershed. Lake counties. Gale, Mrs. Ellora K. Knudsen. Charles E. Jones and W. H. SnelL '. "distribution be no appeal We are throu an be buildings. a should Jacob as equitable Nathan Loeb, . Sr., commission Leopold, The adopted" Fifth ward: Delegates George so Alternates W. A. Facer,, ,Wilford two rivers tha of waters a of Allen the and an the following Loeb, brother, Mrs. uncle, statement of its policy TODAY WE PRINT AND within Perry, John Thurgood, Howard; P. Parker, GeorgeMrs.Worthen, were the only members of the deNellie Mc-tiara pranh of a letter written by that all of the counties lying GUJLETT IS NAME! BLEASE NOMINATED. CHtClXATE 5650 HERALDS Scott, Leo J. Knight and Mrs. Ruth Seraph Jackson, fendants' families who were in Mrs. Llovd Garrison, state engineerto the basin which may be irrigated P Farrer. Mrs. Martha Keeler, wanr the will sources two recejve the from read. court verdict"was when the B. -- United SteteaSenaioxBeeO?! Keeter, International News Servics. a' International News Service. Fourth ward: Delegates Leland Jane Boshard, Josephs Today thpre are printed 5,650 same consideration; bearing iiNjind rTfielrTummer homentCharle- on Anenist 29 BOSTON. Mass., Sept COLUMBIA, S. C. Sept 10. Brock- Albert Mabey, Mrs. Alice Wright, Provo The of I. E. Clarence Harmon, Jjauy copies Gee, as may cist. Governor Cole- - L. Blease voix, Mr. and Mrs. Loeb heard their complete returns of yesterdr in R. B. Curtis, Richard W. Brereton, Former "It is my thought that the entire mrh limltine factors distributed which is Albert A. h. Herald, Booth, Single bank, when applied will reH - Mrs. nmwt should be developed even which factors was nominated ss the Democratic son's fate by long distance tele- mary elections today showed Kate. Ewell, Edithe Mrs. Deseret Johnson, L. E. Eggert every home from practically suit in an equitable distribution or ton,Mrs. ; Annie Eggert sen. to sen and candidate for the United States sen- phone. Both are in such poor health sively that Speaker Fred K. north Mrs. Grove oh the Orson Mrs. Pleasant Bird, tually as one project,as variouscanuiuib Booth, be the water." money Elmer A. Jacob, R. R. is ate in yesterday's primary, accord- that their physicians warned them lett received ther Republics Alternates south. will be developed on This the Electa Payson Dixon, Jasper LeRoy Dixon, ) ThMTetarT of the commission Mrs. Grace Cheever, N. O. withinthreeJ "obtained, but fillings should be and Thorne, the sixthtimeing Jo. incomplete returns today. that it would be almost certain nation for. United States AS Beck, Nettie Beck, Bird, Joseph a copy of to stand and that Lieut Gov. Hifvef Congressman death for them-t- o Warren Mrs. attempt Bleaso'a circuin fact, have been made covering was instructed to forward Hattie majority Conover, Herald months the Mrs. Hicks, that Crane Bert Shill. Orson Mrs. Mead James F. Byrnes is expected to total the strain of the brief court ses Fuller will be the Republics t the entire project and water appro-nriat- d the statement of policy to Dr. selec snd : Orson Shill lation exceeded the 5,600 mark. Alternate- s- Ferre, B. H. Holt and Mrs. Vlena approving date for rovernor. ., under these fillings should with the resolution KimbalL , sion. at least 3,000. L. Barbara Hoover, Thomas Martin, project, to Disced la the same condition as tion of the three-pa- n " IN ELY, NEV. 8herifraTjyffanttepti Oolemanr'-eeeretafFifth.war- , ' . - PLANS READY . pei8r-4nsappartio- er ni not--:.a- fareibiy-ae-th-dea- th ' of ' Mur-doc- ' DEFENSE DAY k, n lc - -- , : Spanish-America- - CHIEF COUNSE -'-- - JSvSATISFi - ' - .- s- -v V j d N: wlth-Meek- ItoMrr-Jrarm1iMoiir- """ m. .;' ' lng- - w be-in- 1 The . 1. - . - i ;'